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[image]On Pad Erector being Lowered - NASA
GEMINI - TITAN 5 The erector at Pad 19 is lowered in preparation for the launch of the Gemini 5 Spacecraft. CAPE KENNEDY, FL
Keywords: What -- Gemini 5
Downloads: 20
[image]Views of Gemini 5 experiments - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
Views of two Gemini 5 experiments. The first view is of an in-flight vision tester (28642); The other view is of an in-flight photometer (28643).
Keywords: What -- Gemini 5
Downloads: 12
[image]Gemini 5 - NASAPhoto by Bill Taub
View of Astronaut Charles Conrad Jr. through the window as he sits in the Gemini 5 spacecraft during preflight activities. Credit: NASAPhoto by Bill Taub
Keywords: What -- Gemini 5
Downloads: 36
[image]Views of Gemini 5 experiments - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
Views of two Gemini 5 experiments. The first view is of an in-flight vision tester (28642); The other view is of an in-flight photometer (28643).
Keywords: What -- Gemini 5
Downloads: 24
[image]Views of Gemini 5 experiments involving in-flight photometer - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
View Gemini 5 experiment involving an in-flight photometer.
Keywords: What -- Gemini 5
Downloads: 11
[image]Closeup view of Rendezvous Evaluation Pod - NASA
Closeup view of the Rendezvous Evaluation Pod installed inthe equipment section of the Gemini 5 spacecraft at Pad 19.
Keywords: What -- Gemini 5
Downloads: 19
[image]Launch of the Gemini 5 spacecraft from Pad 19 at 9 a.m. Aug. 21, 1965. - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
Launch of the Gemini 5 spacecraft from Pad 19 at 9 a.m. Aug. 21, 1965.
Keywords: What -- Gemini 5
Downloads: 15
[audio]Gemini 5 - NASA
The Gemini 5 mission. Audio files coming soon... Digitized, cataloged and archived by the Houston Audio Control Room, at the NASA Johnson Space Center.
Keywords: NASA; Gemini 5
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[image]RECOVERY Hoist Spacecraft Onboard - NASA
GEMINI - TITAN 5 Navy crewmen of the aircraft carrier USS Lake Champlain hoist the Gemini 5 Spacecraft out of the Atlantic Ocean. Downrange Recovery Area, Atlantic Ocean
Keywords: What -- Gemini 5; What -- Titan
Downloads: 20
[image]photo-s65-46377 - NASA
S65-46377 (8/21/65) - Astronaut Charles Conrad Jr. pulls on a pair of white undergloves and has his temperature taken during suiting up operations on the morning of liftoff of Gemini 5 space flight from Cape Kennedy, Florida.
Keywords: What -- Gemini 5; Where -- Florida
Downloads: 5
[image]photo-s65-28429 - NASA
S65-28429 (July 21, 1965) - Astronaut Charles Conrad Jr., Gemini 5 pilot, sits in the Gemini Static Article 5 spacecraft and prepares to be lowered from the deck of the NASA Motor Vessel Retriever for water egress training. The rubber hat on Conrad's head is a neck dam and pulls down and fits tightly around the collar of his suit to prevent water from entering the suit.
Keywords: What -- Gemini 5; What -- Gemini
Downloads: 11
[image]photo-s65-41955 - NASA
S65-41955 (07/12/65) - Astronaut Charles Conrad Jr. receives assistance with his pressure suit during suiting up and ingress test activity at Pad 16, Cape Kennedy, Florida. He is preparing for the Gemini 5 flight.
Keywords: What -- Gemini 5; Where -- Florida
Downloads: 8
[image]Astronaut Elliot M. See Jr. during water egress training - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
Astronaut Elliot M. See Jr., Gemini 5 backup crew pilot, sits in the Gemini Static Article 5 spacecraft and prepares to be lowered from the deck of the NASA Motor Vessel Retriever for water egress training in the Gulf.
Keywords: What -- Gemini 5; What -- Gemini
Downloads: 21
[image]Views of Gemini 5 experiments involving visual acuity - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
View Gemini 5 experiment involving visual acuity. The experiment involves the orientation of the Gemini capsule over prepared ground obervation sites.
Keywords: What -- Gemini 5; What -- Gemini
Downloads: 12
[image]On Pad (After Mating) - NASA
GEMINI - TITAN 5 The Gemini 5 Spacecraft stands mated with its launch vehicle on Pad 19 during wet mock simulation exercises at Cape. CAPE KENNEDY, FL
Keywords: What -- Gemini 5; What -- Titan
Downloads: 15
[image]Astronaut Charles Conrad during water egress training - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
Astronaut Charles Conrad Jr., Gemini 5 pilot, sits in the Gemini Static Article 5 spacecraft and prepares to be lowered from the deck of the NASA Motor Vessel Retriever for water egress training. The rubber "hat" on Conrad's head is a neck dam and pulls down and fits tightly around the collar of his suit to prevent water from entering the suit.
Keywords: What -- Gemini 5; What -- Gemini
Downloads: 13
[image]Gemini 5 on the pad - NASA
The erector at Pad 19 is lowered in preparation for the launch of the Gemini 5 spacecraft.
Keywords: Gemini; What -- Gemini 5; What -- Gemini
Downloads: 14
[image]Astronaut Charles ''Pete'' Conrad, Jr. discusses x-rays with members of the medical team - NASA
Astronaut Charles ''Pete'' Conrad, Jr. (dark shirt), pilot for Gemini 5 space flight, discusses x-rays with members of the medical team at Cape Kennedy. Left to right are: Dr. Eugene Tubbs; astronaut Conrad; Dr. Charles A. Berry, Chief, Center Medical Programs, Manned Spacecraft Center; and (seated) Dr. Robert Moser, Medical Monitor with the U.S. Army.
Keywords: Who -- Pete Conrad; What -- Gemini 5
Downloads: 15
[image]BALLENBERGER, LOUIS P. DR. - NASA
BALLENBERGER, LOUIS P. DR. PERSONNEL Dr. Ballenberger begins preliminary physical examination of Astronaut L. Gordon Cooper Jr. Following successful recovery of the Gemini 5 crew in the splashdown area. Downrange Recovery Area, Atlantic Ocean
Keywords: Who -- Gordon Cooper; What -- Gemini 5
Downloads: 16
[image]photo-s65-45292 - NASA
S65-45292 (08/29/65) - A red-carpet welcome was staged for Astronauts L. Gordon Cooper Jr. and Charles Conrad Jr. as they arrive aboard the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Lake Champlain. They had been recovered from the Atlantic after the splashdown of their Gemini 5 spacecraft.
Keywords: Who -- Gordon Cooper; What -- Gemini 5
Downloads: 7
[image]photo-s65-46638 - NASA
S65-46638 (08/29/65) - Astronaut Charles Conrad Jr. tweaks Astronaut L. Gordon Cooper's eight-day growth of beard for the cameramen while onboard the prime recovery vessel after their Gemini 5 flight.
Keywords: Who -- Gordon Cooper; What -- Gemini 5
Downloads: 12
[image]Navy Diver Leaps From Helicopter - NASA
Navy divers exit their helicopter to recover the Gemini 5 spacecraft and astronauts shortly after splashdown.
Keywords: Spacecraft Landings; Gemini-Program; What -- Gemini 5
Downloads: 62
[image]Conrad in Recovery Helicopter - NASA
Charles "Pete" Conrad Jr. looks out of the helicopter window after recovery from his spacecraft after the Gemini 5 splashdown.
Keywords: Astronauts; Gemini-Program; What -- Gemini 5
Downloads: 45
[image]Gemini 5 on the pad - NASA
The erector at Pad 19 is lowered in preparation for the launch of the Gemini 5 spacecraft.
Keywords: Gemini; What -- Gemini 5; What -- Gemini
Downloads: 30
[image]Kranz on Console - NASA
View of the Flight Directors console in the Mission Control Center (MCC), Houston, Texas, during the Gemini 5 flight. Seated at the console are Eugene F. Kranz (foreground) and Dr. Christopher C. Kraft Jr. (background). Standing in front of the console are Dr. Charles Berry (left), an unidentified man in the center and astronaut Elliot M. See.
Keywords: Gemini-Program; What -- Gemini 5; Where -- Texas
Downloads: 47
[image]photo-s65-28737 - NASA
S65-28737 (August 21, 1965) - Astronauts L. Gordon Cooper Jr. (foreground) and Charles Conrad Jr. walk up gantry ramp after arriving at Pad 19 during Gemini 5 countdown at Cape Kennedy, Florida.
Keywords: Who -- Gordon Cooper; What -- Gemini 5; Where -- Florida
Downloads: 10
[image]photo-s65-39907 - NASA
S65-39907 (July 21, 1965) - Prime crew for the Gemini 5 space flight, Astronauts Charles Conrad Jr., (in water) and L. Gordon Cooper Jr., (in raft) practice survival techniques following successful egress from their Gemini Static Article V spacecraft in the Gulf of Mexico. Cooper is command pilot and Conrad is pilot for the Gemini 5 mission.
Keywords: Who -- Gordon Cooper; What -- Gemini 5; Where -- Gulf of Mexico
Downloads: 9
[image]Gemini 5 Capsule Hoisted Onboard Recovery Ship - NASA
The Gemini 5 spacecraft is brought aboard the recovery ship, U.S.S. Lake Champlain after a successful landing at the end of its mission.
Keywords: Spacecraft Landings; Mercury-Gemini Spacecraft; What -- Gemini 5
Downloads: 89
[image]photo-s65-28740 - NASA
S65-28740 (August 21, 1965) - Astronauts L. Gordon Cooper Jr. (foreground) and Charles Conrad Jr. leave suiting trailer at Pad 16 during Gemini 5 countdown at Cape Kennedy, Florida.
Keywords: Who -- Gordon Cooper; What -- Gemini 5; Where -- Florida
Downloads: 10
[image]photo-s65-28746 - NASA
S65-28746 (August 21, 1965) - Astronauts L. Gordon Cooper Jr. (foreground) and Charles Conrad Jr. arrive in the white room at Pad 19 during the Gemini 5 countdown at Cape Kennedy, Florida.
Keywords: Who -- Gordon Cooper; What -- Gemini 5; Where -- Florida
Downloads: 10
[image]Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong during water egress training - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong, Gemini 5 backup crew command pilot, sits in the Gemini Static Article 5 spacecraft and prepares to be lowered from the deck of the NASA Motor Vessel Retriever for water egress training in the Gulf.
Keywords: Who -- Neil A. Armstrong; What -- Gemini 5; What -- Gemini
Downloads: 22
[image]Gemini 5 Launch - NASA
NASA launched the Gemini 5 spacecraft, August 21, 1965 at 0900 EST on a planned eight-day mission from Complex 19. Astronaut Gordon Cooper was the Command Pilot and Charles Conrad the Pilot. This was the longest manned spaceflight at the time.
Keywords: Rocket Launches; Gemini-Program; Who -- Gordon Cooper; What -- Gemini 5
Downloads: 42
[image]Cooper and Conrad Await Recovery Helicopter - NASA
Astronauts L. Gordon Cooper Jr. and Charles "Pete" Conrad Jr. exit their spacecraft after splashdown of the Gemini 5 spacecraft. They are photographed boarding a life raft with the help of Navy divers. Overhead view of the Gemini 5 spacecraft showing the yellow flotation collar used to stabilize the spacecraft in choppy seas. The green marker dye is highly visible from the air and is used as a locating aid...
Keywords: Spacecraft Landings; Gemini-Program; Who -- Gordon Cooper; What -- Gemini 5
Downloads: 33
[image]Gemini Mission Control - NASA
Overall view of the Mission Control Center (MCC), Houston, Texas, during the Gemini 5 flight. Note the screen at the front of the MCC which is used to track the progress of the Gemini spacecraft.
Keywords: Gemini-Program; What -- Gemini 5; What -- Gemini; Where -- Texas
Downloads: 61
[image]photo-s65-28739 - NASA
S65-28739 (August 21, 1965) - Back view of Astronauts L. Gordon Cooper Jr. (foreground) and Charles Conrad Jr. walking up gantry ramp after arriving at Pad 19 during Gemini 5 countdown at Cape Kennedy, Florida.
Keywords: Who -- Gordon Cooper; What -- Gemini 5; Where -- Florida
Downloads: 61
[image]photo-s65-41890 - NASA
S65-41890 (August 6, 1965) - Astronauts L. Gordon Cooper Jr. (left) and Charles Conrad Jr., prime crew for the Gemini 5 space flight, prepare to be hoisted to the white room atop gantry at Pad 19 at Cape Kennedy, Florida, during simulation exercise for the mission.
Keywords: Who -- Gordon Cooper; What -- Gemini 5; Where -- Florida
Downloads: 11
[image]ASTRONAUT CHARLES CONRAD, JR. - TRAINING (WATER EGRESS) - NASA
Prime crew for the Gemini 5 space flight, Astronauts Charles Conrad Jr., (in water) and L. Gordon Cooper Jr., (in raft) practice survival techniques following successful egress from their Gemini Static Article V spacecraft in the Gulf of Mexico. Cooper is command pilot and Conrad is pilot for the Gemini 5 mission.
Keywords: Who -- Charles Conrad Jr; Who -- Gordon Cooper; What -- Gemini 5; Where -- Gulf of Mexico
Downloads: 13
[image]RECOVERY Conrad Tweaks Cooper's Beard - NASA
GEMINI - TITAN 5 Gemini 5 crew members onboard the prime recovery vessel. Conrad tweaks Cooper's 8-day growth of beard for the camera men. Downrange Recovery Area, Atlantic Ocean
Keywords: Who -- Charles Conrad; Who -- Gordon Cooper; What -- Gemini 5; What -- Titan
Downloads: 20
[image]Gemini V Splashdown and Recovery - NASA
Astronaut L. Gordon Cooper, Jr., Command Pilot of the Gemini V spacecraft is hoisted into a recovery helicopter after the Gemini 5 eight day mission. The NASA Gemini 5 spacecraft was launched at 9:00 a.m., EST, August 21, 1965. Splashdown occured at 7:56 a.m., EST, August 29, 1965.
Keywords: Astronauts; Rotorcraft; Gemini-Program; Who -- Gordon Cooper; What -- Gemini 5; What -- Gemini
Downloads: 64
[image]Conrad and Cooper Practice Survival Training - NASA
Prime crew for the Gemini 5 space flight, astronauts Charles Conrad Jr., (in water) and L. Gordon Cooper Jr., (in raft) practice survival techniques following successful egress from their Gemini Static Article V spacecraft in the Gulf of Mexico. Cooper is command pilot and Conrad is pilot for the Gemini 5 mission.
Keywords: Astronauts; Simulators; Gemini-Program; Who -- Gordon Cooper; What -- Gemini 5; Where -- Gulf of Mexico
Downloads: 31
[image]GEMINI-TITAN GT-5 - LIFTOFF - CAPE - NASA
Liftoff of Gemini 5, 08/21/1965, Pad 19, Time: 9:00 a.m. EST. Astronaut L. Gordon Cooper, Jr., Command Pilot and Astronaut Charles Conrad., Jr., Pilot, for a full-scale 8-day duration mission. CAPE KENNEDY, FL.
Keywords: Who -- Gordon Cooper; Who -- Charles Conrad; What -- Gemini 5; What -- Gemini
Downloads: 54
[image]Cooper and Conrad Enroute to Launch Pad - NASA
Gemini 5 Prime Crew, Charles "Pete" Conrad and Gordon Cooper in their silver pressure suits are greeted by employees as they make their way to the launch pad.
Keywords: Astronauts; Gemini-Program; Who -- Gordon Cooper; What -- Gemini 5; What -- Gemini
Downloads: 29
[texts]NASA Langley Scientific and Technical Information Output-2002 - NON
This document is a compilation of the scientific and technical information that the Langley Research Center has produced during the calendar year 2002. Included are citations for Technical Publications, Conference Publications, Technical Memorandums, Contractor Reports, Journal Articles and Book Publications, Meeting Presentations, Technical Talks, and Patents.
Keywords: GEMINI 5 FLIGHT; VISION; ASTRONAUTS; IMAGERY; EARTH OBSERVATIONS (FROM SPACE); PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS; ABNORMALITIES; EXPERIMENTATION; TERRAIN; CLOUD PHOTOGRAPHY; BONE DEMINERALIZATION
Downloads: 196
[texts]EOLE BALLOON PROJECT. REPORT ON TESTS OF PROTOTYPE EQUIPMENT: DESTRUCTOR - BOULOUMIE, J. P
THE TEST RESULTS OF THE OPERATIONAL DESTRUCTOR CONSISTING OF AN ELECTRIC CABLE DETONATOR FOR DESTROYING A VALVE IN BALLOON GAS BAGS ARE REPORTED. THE SPECIFICATIONS, THE RESULTS OF PERFORMANCE CHECKS, COMPATIBILITY TESTS, AND CLIMATIC ENVIRONMENTAL TESTS ARE PRESENTED. IT IS CONCLUDED THAT THE DESTRUCTION ASSEMBLY IS SUITABLE FOR DIFFERENT CLIMATIC CONDITIONS, AND ALLOWS RIGOROUS CONTROL OF OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS.
Keywords: LONG TERM EFFECTS; MANNED SPACE FLIGHT; SPACECREWS; VISUAL ACUITY; VISUAL PERCEPTION; AEROSPACE MEDICINE; GEMINI 5 FLIGHT; GEMINI 7 FLIGHT; VISUAL DISCRIMINATION
Downloads: 73
[image]KSC-04PD-1006 - NASA
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Before the induction ceremony of five space program heroes into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame, former astronaut Gordon Cooper is introduced as a previous inductee. One of America?s original Mercury Seven astronauts, Cooper flew the last and longest Project Mercury orbital mission and spent eight days in space aboard Gemini 5. The ceremony was held at the Apollo/Saturn V Center at KSC...
Keywords: Who -- Gordon Cooper; Who -- Frederick D. Gregory; What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter; What -- Mercury; What -- Gemini 5; What -- Hubble Space Telescope (HST); What -- Russian Mir Space Station; What -- Challenger; What -- Gemini; What -- Skylab; Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC)
Downloads: 23
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